An important security notice regarding Social Blade

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We put the security and privacy of our users at the forefront of everything we do, which is why we’re sad to inform you that our website was recently the target of a security breach.

What happened

Due to a vulnerability in our 3rd party forum software, attackers were able to obtain a partial database dump that included user email addresses, IP addresses, and encrypted password information.

What we’re doing

Upon learning about the incident, we immediately patched the security issue by making the conscious decision to remove our forum entirely.

Moving forward, we’re requiring each user to reset their password. You can do so here.

If you used to same password anywhere else, we highly recommend you change your password on those sites as well.

Moving forward

We’re committed to maintaining a safe and secure website, and we hope you’ll continue to bestow your trust in us. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to open a support ticket.

  • MarioErmando

    good job lads

    • We’re committed to maintaining a safe and secure website, and we hope you’ll continue to bestow your trust in us. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to open a support ticket.

  • In my opinion the main thing that must be done when systems are compromised, it is time to prevent it, you did it and warned the user. This is important

  • The CoderGuy

    This is what i love about SOCIALBLADE “Transparency”.

  • $name

    No not “good job”. They acted when it was too late, rather then pulling possible compromised software pre-emptively, doing regularly updates. A bug only gets fixed in the new software, so if you never update this is what happens. Doesn’t exactly inspire confidence.